Polycom QDX 6000 and HDX 7000 / GnuGK as Proxy???

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we have two Polycom systems (QDX 6000 and HDX 7000). We would like to use GnuGK as a proxy for both systems as they are behind a firewall that we can’t administer. Is this possible and how does it work? Currently we can receive calls via ISDN and IP on one of the systems. We would like to use this systems IP, as it has a NAT on the firewall and all the required ports for videoconferencing are already opened, for the GnuGK machine. But we wonder how we can receive calls via IP on both Polycoms if there is only one NATed IP address. Is there some sort of Name-based routing like in Apache virtual hosts? And maybe there is an example configuration? Currently we can register one of the Polycoms just fine with GnuGK but we can’t call any outside IPs. I have not yet been able to test an internal IP call as the other Polycom system was not available at that time.


Best  Regards,

Oliver Weinmann

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